Headteacher: Paul Mashinter, Carr Green Lane, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 3LT
School Council members - 2019
Our School Council is a team dedicated to listening to everyone so that our school community is a place where each person feels happy and cared for.
We meet together weekly and we've been recognised by Ofsted as being very effective in contributing to the running of the school.
If you would like to make any suggestions please speak to a class councillor.
Latest Project - Penalty Shoot Out - Thursday 20th June
The School Council are holding a penalty shoot out on Thursday 20th June - children will have the opportunity to try and score a goal against the school team goal keepers! The council aim to raise funds for new playground equipment.
Members of our school council were invited to participate in a parking monitoring activity on Chapel Croft with the Local Community Wardens. . .
We are pleased to report that we made £281.32 by wearing spots on Children in Need Day. Some of the money raised will go to our sponsored child Christina Joy and the rest to Children In Need.
This week we have discussed the Accelerated Reader cupboards, Play times and bins.
Restorative approach – Withinfields Primary School Assembly - Last year School Council were invited to take the assembly at Withinfields Primary School. We showed the film about our schools Restorative approach to behaviour. We had an excellent time and the children communicated really how we sort out conflict at Carr Green Primary. The school loved what we said and now they are doing the Restorative Approach.
Parking - We joined with the local residents to try and find solutions to the parking problems at Chapel Croft and Carr Green Lane. School Council put together a questionnaire for local residents to express the difficulties they experience at School drop off and pick up times. Please see the letter here that we delivered to all the houses surrounding our school that are affected by the parking.
We had a special visit form the Mayor & Mayoress of Calderdale who came to our assembly. He told us about his role and what it is like to be the Lord Mayor. In our assembly we discussed the word Democracy and learnt that it means that everyone has a right to have their say. We discussed the role of our MP and the work councillors do in Brighouse and Rastrick.
We had a question and answer session and the Mayor answered some fantastic questions.
What has been the highlight of being Mayor so far?
Meeting lots of interesting people in the community and visiting schools and going to concerts especially the Remembrance Concert at Halifax Minister.
Have you met the Queen? Not personally but has been at an event where she was there.
Do you have to wear the chain all the time? Only when out on engagements as Mayor.
Is it made of gold? Yes and is 100 years old and is a privilege to wear it.
We had our photograph taken with the Mayor & Mayoress & they had a tour of our school.